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Leyland Tiger

Picture source: Richard Richmond

The Leyland Tiger was situated at the corner of Leyland Road & Golden Hill Lane.
This was an extremely popular pub in the late 1960's to late 1980's for coach parties, stag parties, hen do's, strippers etc, however in late 1980's it closed for refurbishment and opened as the Hippodrome. This only lasted a couple of years and the pub was left derelict for several years until eventually demolished c. 2002 and apartments built on the site.
It was originally built as The Earnshaw Bridge Inn c.1871.

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Name Dates Comments
Andrew Boxall 1973-1974 I use to live across from the Tiger.Not been there long didn't know anybody chatting with Tommy one night and he asked me if I wanted to be a waiter.I said I would give it a go and it was one of the best times of my life.The people I worked with and the customers and coach parties on a Sunday who came for breakfast and the show.Pepi and Corrine guitar and organ. Stan the doorman.